Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity is an exciting game with fun tricks and the power to control gravity during the race courses is an intriguing addition to the gameplay. The graphics are good, although relatively comparable to the first Sonic Riders, the second Sonic Riders could of had better graphics to its older counterpart. The race courses are diverse and full of secret routes, but the story just doesn't flow the way the past Sonic games did. I, myself am a pretty big fan of Sonic, I loved it from its very first games for the Sega Genesis (it's an ancient console, compared to today). Each character has their own stats which benefit the player depending on the course, the gear is also fun to collect and also holds different benefits (I love the Shinobi Skates--Fast). Over all the game was pretty good, but the game itself is too short. The actual storyline only lasts for about two to three hours (maybe even shorter), but fortunately, the World Grand Prix is added to the Normal Race section on the menu. The World Grand Prix is unlocked after beating the Sonic storyline, and it is basically a series of races that you participated in during the storylines. In all, Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity was what I thought to be an above-average game, it could have been longer and the game's story plot could have been more well planned out.